Dell XPS, SanDisk microSDs And Vizio Smart TVs Deeply Discounted In These Labor Day Deals

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Labor Day is fast approaching, which means that a number of retailers are piling on the discounts for consumers. With that in mind, we have some rather enticing deals in store for you today on a variety of products including notebooks, desktops, storage products and smart TVs.

First up are some PC from Dell, including the very popular (and highly rated) XPS 13. There are a number of configurations that are on sale, ranging from discounts of $150 off to $200 off. The configuration that will net you a $200 discount comes with an Intel Core i7-8565U processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB PCIe SSD. Instead of the usual $1,299, you'll pay $1,099.

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If a desktop PC is more up to your speed, the Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop is discounted by $300, dropping its price from $1,499 to $1,199. That configuration gets you a Core i7-8700 processor, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 1TB 7200rpm HDD, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 discrete graphics card.

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Switching gears a bit, those looking to add an incredible amount of storage to a smartphone, tablet, digital camera, Nintendo Switch, or just about any device with a free expansion slot will want to take a look at SanDisk's 512GB Ultra microSD card. It's priced at a low $79.99 at Amazon, which is $100 off its regular price. If $79.99 is too rich for your blood, the 400GB counterpart is just $52.90. 128GB and 256GB SKUs will set you back $18.98 and $29.99 respectively.

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Finally, if you're in the mood for a new big screen television, and have plenty of real estate in your living room to accommodate it, Walmart has you covered with the VIZIO 65-inch Class Quantum X (PX65-G1). This is a 2019 model, with the requisite 4K resolution. It supports Dolby Vision HDR, DTS Studio Sound II, hands-free voice control (it can integrate with the Google Assistant), and a total of five HDMI ports.

The PX65-G1 is typically priced at $2,198, but is currently on sale for $1,398 at Walmart.

Via:  HotHardware
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